I liked the two by Kate Borden the best; "Death of a Trickster and Death of a Turkey". I haven't checked to see if there are any more in the series yet but I will. They are a decent fast read and fairly interesting. Peggy is a widow with a son. She runs her deceased husband's tool store and is the unpaid mayor of a small town and has situations.
Sharon Pape wrote "Sketch Me If You Can." I enjoyed this one too. Rory McCain is a police sketch artist who inherits her uncle's house when he's murdered. The ghost of a 1870's federal marshall is in the house too and he helps her solve her uncle's case and some others. It was a decent read and I'll look for others by her too.
I couldn't really get into the Toadfern mystery by Sharon Short. I thought it was to "cutesy" but it was the first in the series, they might get better but I'm just not intrested enough to check them out.
The last mystery was "Murder Can Ruin Your Looks" by Selma Eichler. It was okay but I'm not interested enough in the Desiree Shapiro character to try again.
I also read Nancy Bush's series "Electric Blue, Candy Apple Red, and Ultra Violet." I like the characters but not enough to read the next one. They could have been shortened up a bit for a tighter read and I'd have liked them better. Oh well, another page of books for PBS!
Well, I'm off to clean my kitchen before I have to condem it. HOpe your weekend is going well.